Farmshed is seeking an executive director: Cozzolino steps down
For City Times
STEVENS POINT – Central Rivers Farmshed is seeking a professional to replace their current executive director, Layne Cozzolino.
Cozzolino will be stepping down; she has been with Farmshed since it was established in 2011. Farmshed is a nonprofit organization “committed to building a resilient local food community.
The new executive director will be responsible for the overall development, management, and supervision of all Farmshed programs and staff and will steward workplace and individual giving and engagement programs to support Farmshed’s goals for the community.
Cozzolino plans to pursue entrepreneurial efforts and grow Siren Shrub Company, a side business she started in 2018 with Mindy McCord and Josh Stolzenburg.
When addressing Farmshed’s membership, Cozzolino stated “Making this decision has been difficult. While this is my job, it has been so much more than that every step of the way. Each experience I’ve had with Farmshed has been an integral part of my life and growth as a person.”
For more information, visit farmshed.org.